Kenilworth is one of the most desirable places to live within the whole of Warwickshire. This small, historical town is surrounded by green belt land, which attracts buyers from all over the country to enjoy its heritage. Kenilworth has a stunning castle and Elizabethan gardens which are one of the many reasons to live in Kenilworth, the people of the town are lucky enough to have a diverse range of Independent shops, cafes and restaurants which makes a visit to the town something you’ll want to do again and again. The beautiful 70 acre Abbey Fields, which includes picnic areas, a lake, a leisure centre, tennis courts, and in the Summer 2013 a children’s playground was opened which has become very popular within the local community.
Kenilworth has a buoyant market at present, and property prices are soaring. This makes Kenilworth a popular choice for first time buyers, buy to let investors but also for families looking to settle down within this leafy suburb. There is a high demand for property, resulting in a rapid turnover of stock. Properties in this area are snapped up particularly quickly, so you need to be attuned to the current market when searching for the right property.
Kenilworth is a small town, with a high percentage of mature and professional clients, which make up a large proportion of our customer base. Kenilworth is also popular with young families, as there are many respected primary schools within great catchment areas. There is also a fantastic local state school called Kenilworth School, which consistently achieves results much higher than the national average. Kenilworth also attracts young professionals to the area who are employed by both Coventry and Warwick University which are very accessible from here.
Kenilworth is known for the extensive ruins of the Castle, where Queen Elizabeth most famously stayed. This helps to generate tourism in the area, and attracts people from all over the country.
The sales negotiator of Reeds Rains Kenilworth office, Emily Parkes, says: “Kenilworth is a friendly place to live, with approachable people who are always happy to help. It’s great to have the castle on our doorstep, with a free pass for all Kenilworth residents.”